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Curry Octopus Fusilli Pasta

Pasta can be the bedrock of a wonderful dish, or a plain one. Stick to the wonderful side by working on the toppings for the delicately cooked fusilli. How about some octopus? Make a curry with it, and let the textures, sauces and spices build layer upon layer of flavor.

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Chicken, Bacon and Veggie Pie

When you see this dish, probably the first thing that catches your eyes is the crunchy pastry on top. But if you look “under the hood”, you’ll find a delicious mixture made with chicken, bacon, a few veggies, and a spicy chili. Plenty of delicious ingredients, lots of terrific flavors!

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Celery Root, Cauliflower and Chickpea Stew

If you like food loaded with both warmth and comfort, this veggie stew is the one for you. Its star ingredients are celery root, cauliflower, and chickpeas, that add much needed protein to this dish. Cook everything in a rich tomato sauce, and serve it with a touch of yogurt, for a refreshing wave of flavor. If you’re not afraid of extra calories, you can replace the yogurt with savory heavy cream.

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Egg Curry

Egg Curry

This recipe may very well be an Indian cuisine’s twist on the deviled eggs. Although you won’t have to stuff these eggs with anything, you’ll cover them with a hot and richly flavored curry. It’s hearty, quick, and scrumptious. Pairing this with rice will only make it better.

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Lamb Stew with Phall Curry

Lamb Stew With Phall Curry

Beware, this is an extreme case of hot and spicy and it’s coming right at you from India. It is an upgraded lamb stew. One combined with many spices added in generous quantities. It goes very well with rice, it’s hearty and super-warming. And it’s bye-bye cold.

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Tandoori Chicken

Tandoori Chicken

The secret to an extremely flavorful tandoori chicken hides in the marinade. Concoct a hot mixture of chili, ginger, coriander, cumin, paprika, garam masala, and harissa; delicately smooth it with oil and yogurt. In contrast to the original recipe, where you’d use a tandoor oven, turn to the good old grill.

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